Is prevention better than cure, or treatment more important because people need rescue? In our health care spending, is prevention underfunded while treatment receives overall priority? In this volume the prevention-treatment relationship is examined factually by economists and scholars of health policy and evidence-based medicine, and morally, conceptually, and historically by philosophers, lawyers, theologians, and ethicists.

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